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Korea introduces contemporaneous documentation requirements and penalty rules

The new transfer pricing documentation-related penalty rules in the law for the coordination of international tax affairs (LCITA) are effective from December 26 2008. Under the new rules, a Korean taxpayer with related-party transactions is required to prepare and maintain contemporaneous documentation to avoid the 10% penalty on underreported tax.

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